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group of teenagers having a discussion

Biscuit Voting

Have a vote with your group to explore democracy and enjoy some yummy treats
group of teenagers having a discussion

Finding Common Ground

This activity will help find out what everyone in the group has in common
group of teenagers having a discussion

Hand Evaluation

A hand evaluation is a good way to get people to think about an activity or event you have just done or attended and give constructive feedback.  It is a visual way to collect young people’s views on what you have done.
group of teenagers having a discussion

Town Council Meeting

A simulation of different methods of participation to influence a decision about how to spend money in the community, culminating in a town council meeting where a vote is taken.
Art materials to make and create with

Messages for Peace

Create a display of messages on White Poppies for your group to express what peace means to them
RolePlays

The Magic Machine

Turn your group into a magic machine to help everyone feel special and happy.
Children playing a clapping game

Everyone is Simon says

This is effectively a rolling game of ‘Simon Says’ for Venturers.
Art materials to make and create with

Fireworks

Fireworks are great to look at but not so great for our environment. Can you make an alternative display?
group of teenagers having a discussion

Taking to the Streets

get into small groups to discuss and rank which topics would make them ‘Most Likely to Take to the Streets’ or ‘Least Likely to Take to the Streets’.
group of teenagers having a discussion

What if

Participants imagine the consequences that could arise from particular situations, using drama techniques to think in particular about what would happen if children took all decisions
Children playing a clapping game

Selective Simon

Variation of simon says - pay attention to find out something new about your friends
Children playing a clapping game

Force the Circle

Play a game and help participants explore what it's like to be excluded

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